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Fresh update on "raphael" discussed on The Mindless Morning Show
"We don't have anything engaging kids during the pandemic his right. You know there were so they were just like the kids. You're so happy it was like. Oh it's not the same stuff that we get every day. It's a little bit and so will you were inspired as a kid. It was at least for me. It was that teacher that connected to you. It had nothing to do with the subject. That was the way that they brought emotion and passion to right exactly. So that's kind of where were we. We keep chain changing yourself to try to get better But at the end of the day kids your kids they wanna be. You know informed stuff they don't want to be snarky. They really want to be part of a group that cares embracing a and you could do that way. I think you know they're still. They're still pure. You gotta gotta them rydin. Sounds like you guys are doing just that well. We move the right direction. That's for sure trying. Yeah and and the nice part is your david get nominated for nash. Daytime emmy for hosts in a. They never give ami's to kids shows that. Are you know run by chuck. You're right and but i did well because the guy i hired by producer. So you don't get what other behind you what you say. That's why you got about fifty of them behind you. Yeah well you know. I was before i met him when as soon as i damn fake. It was the opposite effect for you. They said at brandeis bruins guys wanted journey. Are there any. Paranormal questions are alouine. Afterall yeah sure what do you guy yeah you have any ghost or is there anything that have happened to you many years ago. And you'll hopefully cut this out of the show Car accident with my girlfriend trays ankylosing. And she was a wonderful gal. And it was in the jerk. Way and scituate and i was trying to be super careful The three point to turn on a road to next of the ocean and some guy just kept coming and coming and coming and coming and broke my car and half. Luckily knowing raphael went three hundred yards. I mean it was. We're very blessed and this guy was visibly inebriated well but he was cheap sung. But you know that happens. Oh course so. When i i said look officer antics been drinking. The guy. The guy at like married glasses and the pearl hanover. 'cause i think you've been drinking and i kind of lost right now. Some guy comes out calms me down yet. A little fishing head on and my girlfriend to and he goes chuck. I know your dad. We know each other from the halifax country club by dead blogs you didn't like the golf and he goes just any commie down. Because i i've been shot by you know for so i went home and the police were very nice because they knew something was wrong. I got an escort from From from the first town to then to hang from hamden from neural to hanover from hanover. Tarantula lip so a police escort. They just you know so. Obviously they were trying to get me out of there right right so the next day i saw my dad is we have to go down and see the people in scituate and i tell them about. This guy goes no. You didn't see him. he's been denver smart. I'm like no lazuli. And i went to the library. So old that they called microfiche was that guy. Who's darn hat..
Iran to Allow UN Nuclear Watchdog to Service Monitoring Equipment
"Yesterday an agreement was reached between the head of the united nations nuclear watchdog and iran's nuclear chief. It's hoped this will prevent another crisis looming over the prospect of restoring. Iran's two thousand fifteen nuclear deal. The hastily-arranged meeting comes after the international atomic energy agency. The ira released to worrying reports sharing the agency's concern over iran's nuclear program. Holly digress is senior fellow at the atlantic council and curator of the iranian newsletter. She joins me now to discuss this. All you can you tell us what was within those reports. What are the. Ira ea specific concerns. Well these two reports were confidential and so what we learned about it basically. Was that the two issues. The international atomic energy agency had noted specifically was that iran had not given urgent access to some of its monitoring equipment to swap out memory cards and the other one. Was that There hadn't been any There there were actually still for the past year looking into investigating uranium traces. That were found at several old undeclared sites and iran had yet to provide answers for them. So these were too large concerns. The iowa had about iran's nuclear program and so there was some worries last week When these two reports came out because of course There hadn't been any talk since june. And the fact that raphael grassi there were talks that he would visit tehran and that these memory cards had actually ran out of space so they had they have to be switch every three months and without these memory cards on these security cameras. That monitor iran's nuclear program. They wouldn't be able to see what's going
Iran Nuclear Talks to Resume as IAEA Head Returns to Tehran
"Iran says the head of the international atomic energy agency is heading to tehran today for talks on reviving the iran nuclear deal. Raphael grassi is due to meet with. Iran's vice president and head of the country's atomic organisation. It's groceries first. Visit to iran since president ibrahim racy took
Against White Feminism With Rafia Zakaria
"Yesterday we spoke to the writer and campaigner. Julie bendel who in her new book is against type of feminism that she sees as most benefiting men today. I joined by raphael sakaria. Any american feminist. Who in her new book is arguing against type of feminism most benefits white women on behalf of domestic violence victims as a lawyer and a human rights activists years. She sees the issue of race as the biggest obstacle to true solidarity among women and she is calling for a moment of reckoning. Halbrook is called against white feminism rafi. Good morning welcome to the program. Good morning how are you. Thank you for being with us. I'm against white feminism. It is a very striking title at anew. Say you've taken a risk in writing this book. Why did you do it well off to be really blunt. I did it. Because i was quite tired. Like women Saying all the right things pretending to be low end even committed to Quote unquote intersectional. Feminism Where they recognize the importance of considering race and gender But when it comes to their actual lines were actually seating any space four women of color. It's an absolute no can do you. Now so you know for instance if you know if if if if a group of say why an women of color line for to be the top parson organization had in the book i say National organization of women They face tremendous marginalization personal attacks and all sorts of harassment. Honestly so i was just honestly tried to. I was i was done with it. You know i was done with. This pretends that women of color have to engage in to be sort of accepted into a system that's been created by white women and four white women
"raphael" Discussed on Good For You
"I feel like i got more out of being one of the speakers than anyone got out of it because the questions. These people were asking me like i was able to sort out a lot of my own like an i and i also believe that it's a safe space to not. I'm just gonna say this. And it's it i know it's not gonna come out elegant and people are gonna have feelings about it but i do feel like there's a lot of like bullying with men feminist groups of you have to be this kind of feminist and being a feminist or strong woman means this initiative to wayne actor way and the jane club i felt very able to say things like and take take me like leave the rest But if you don't wanna be. I feel like there's a lot of pressure on women now that's like Do i have to be a ceo of a fortune. Five hundred company like Do i have to direct movies. If i don't want to like this pressure to be excel in a way. That might not be what you want. Well i think what if i does. I our rest. And also what i think that does sometimes as we also completely devaluing. This is really the spirit of the jane club and why we started this the invisible labor that women are doing so i. We believe firmly that if you walk into the space the digital space right now and you are taking care of your children full-time that that's work. Yes and it might. It might be an honor. Secret of be a founder of an app. No don't want but by the way that work is just as valuable butts valuable work. That's taking care of your parents as a caretaker. That's difficult on. Joe kirk your domestic labor doing housekeeping and someone's home all work is honor that drives me nuts. 'cause everyone like there's this new thing where direct women directing movies is the ultimate thing. It's like they have three hundred people helping them. That's harder than raising two jobs. And i've had a lot of struggle with when i got offered trek movies. I kind of don't like it that much. Unless it's like the perfect thing and was it was like all of our friends and it was a collaborative effort. And i was just the person that had to like be a bitch every now and then or demands. Whatever a bigger budget like i can do all that. But there's this thing where it's like. I'll get offered moves direct and it's like i'm a bad feminist if i don't say it's like no the whole point of this is to not do things you don't want to do because you have chew well and also i think it's like that i the gene club and i firmly believe to look really believes that if you if we just simply recreate patriarchal and capitalist systems. Then we're not moving the ball forward. Like what i what i want is to feel like. I'm actually valuable in our culture without accomplishing anything Actually says the person that started three businesses wrote a book and and also like i'm raising children and that's and that's and i have. I took care of my father when he was sick. That's one of my greatest accomplished. That's right that during this vast and obviously this podcast but there are. I'm trying to for myself. Really lake decolonized my relationship with capitalism. And not defined your cellular your accomplishments activity for me. My self esteem has always been so linked to my own quote productivity which really lies in the hands of others some my entire career by myself esteem is in the right place and i am right with myself and whatever you believe god the universe who gives a shit When i can kind of do nothing for a day and just take care of myself and not feel guilty more..
"raphael" Discussed on Good For You
"Half off your first month wait. No one's gonna say trump twenty twenty four. It's not there's no trump twenty twenty four me so we do a lot of community sort of curate ing and we do a lot of facilitating oliver channels to keep it a really respectful wonderful joyful hilarious space. So that's a plug for jane club because it's changed my life And it's so much. And if i may i also believe that. The jane club provides these interviews with people these symposiums. These talks the type of guests that you guys procure is like everything you want out of the ted talks. But you're like. I don't need to know why pregnant is killed at like. I don't need these esoteric. Ted talks about late thanks. How architecture has evolved to be more like the jungle. That's interesting but it's not gonna change my life and These talks are like you know to me. The biggest issue the biggest most important words to me right now is like access like having access to the wisdom is rice started. Podcast i was like i guess. There's just something in our blood as elders to pass on wisdom like you and that just we've been so disconnected for so long and We have a lot of wisdom. It's weird to say that it's true and so for this next generation or current generation to. I'm not on the homepage. That's where Gym club dot com. I will be following some complaints. These talks like i did one and well attended. And then to think you. God jane jane fonda and i were dory was i was like how did i do i go. Numbers wise it. She's like jane fonda a little higher but your guest And i'm sitting there talking to these people are asking me questions. I'm telling you. I'm like this is so value that people get to in real time. Talk to me. Ask me anything they want. And i'm just telling them every single thing i've learned. I don't know how else to get this to these. Women like urine men. Whoever it is young people like it's a miracle it's listen. Thank you for doing that. By the way and an all were obsessed not talk to our take women for there were but people wunderlich wise facebook toxic. Why going on there And you really do assume that like you're just signing onto facebook and it's free right but like these platforms of course are not free and you are being sold as in. There is a very well oiled functioning machine behind it. Our platform is a paid platform. But the other thing i'll say is that we don't deny anyone access who can't afford it so code we ever promo code for you all but also if that promo code still makes it inaccessible please no you can sign on it assigning scale. We do that and we're able to do that because so many of our other. Jane's pay more we are able to sustain ourselves with oliver citing scale. Jane's who are completely anonymous and our angel genes are also anonymous. And we do that. Really intention jane will. You can be an angel dean. And i will make that happen. Okay thank you but It's a really beautiful community platform and Just to way..
"raphael" Discussed on Good For You
"Like i won't be able to get my braces tightened if i don't get the job. So so at that level. The stakes are so high. It's not like i would be famous. It sounds like i want litter. And if that's okay. I like to get a pap smears for the first time. I do find doctors to be the for the most part like the most intelligent also yes in terms of just like cutting through the bullshit seeing everything where with the crew were picking up people's moods we're laying little honestly like dogs are little balls of energy are who are constantly figuring out. Where do i fit in. How am i a part of this of the dogs are how i picked the guys at it. So if my dog doesn't like a guy and he's gone. Wow because they know talk myself into it. Here's a good job. He's really nice person who lives here. Or what did i like. You know. he's been married before that's good. He knows how committed works in. Marriage is gonna be hard. Whatever if my dog's not interested unlike you just save me two years see. It's so interesting. Because i feel like when i first met you. You were not the animal person you are today. That's been a really long journey. Well it's weird. Because i was always an animal person but i was four. So yes okay and didn't believe i deserve any kind of unconditional love. So i used to rescue dogs for other people and get other people dogs and raise money for dogs. But you didn't have your own and my therapist was a dog. And i was like we'll because like i'm busy and travel a lot and she's a okay then you'll just get it house sitter. Send to like. I didn't believe i deserved that kind of joy emily. You're with me when i first got. It was elisa when i first got a dog..
"raphael" Discussed on Good For You
"Engine break. No my dad was a union. Steam fitter grew up in the bronx email big thick bronx accent. Tough guy and he turns to mangoes. You know i can never really tell you how feel about you and your mom just knew what to say. She was knew what to say. And i found this and she wrote something in here for you and Has just use sarah leading to go. Us just so beautiful. And i wanted you to have now. I am like i a letter from my mom. Like what does she go. Thanks todd and he hands journal now. It looks familiar. It is open. Eye allergy pamphlet. I open adds a line journal but on the front there is a lovely note about how much i mean to this person what they see in me and they said to this is from my friend. Nancy caruana you also dated completed. Nice is the back of it. Says stay cool. Do all new because your book it was. It was a seventh grade. Birthday gift and the writing was so beautifully simple but also like from a seventh grader. And there's a heart you spoke cool with the hey ham radio you know what a manhattan words are spelled incorrectly. Dah was just so confusing a someone that now is at a point where my coping mechanism with sadness is actually just crime which is what it should have always been but we know push it down. Make jokes be silly. Be irreverent whatever. Eat or drink. What i now when i'm and not as what i define happiness as is when you're Things are good. You're happy when things are bad. Your sat it's not about when things are going bad. You're happy that's insanity. That's not happiness right. It's just being able to have the appropriate reaction. Yes something if something sad you should cry Whereas i used to be if something that everything's fine and i'm just going to be a bunch of corny jokes inches. Talk louder you're right And so i get that when you see people at weddings making about themselves and playing and getting..
Surging Phillies Win 5th in a Row, Rally Past Nationals 12-6
"It's now a five game winning streak for the Phillies following a twelve six pounding of the nationals Bryce Harper delivered a tiebreaking two run single off Philadelphia scored six times in the six to erase a five three deficit Raphael Marchand started the rally with a two run shot mad barely had four hits in Andrew McCutchen collected three RBIs including a two run Homer yearling is seven for twelve in his first seven major league games exhilarating like knowing where this team is known with this team has chance that they'll be able to step in and and carve out a role in and just put me in there thanks for nothing and getting that opportunity Brad Miller also hit a two run Homer for the Phils who won despite another shaky outing by pitcher Matt Moore I'm Dave Ferrie
"raphael" Discussed on Homo Sapiens
"I have never ever experienced a anything with my kidneys and suddenly they shut off and startling. Uh the worst time and this is just like just you got used to it and it was fine. No change the change. The medicine but changed me for another medicine which is also one pill and i just had my buddy accepted like really good. I mean i've been in one pill ever since eight months ago and i'm really happy with it. That's good but even there's a class to against the pharmaceutical with the the prescribed this medicine for without warning. The people that the people it works for i mean you know it's a crap game some bodies just react so i mean it's saving a lot of people's lives subsidy this just you know he's difficult. No i'm i mean it's it's what it is you know i never i when i got a i diagnose i was depressed. I think for like months. And then after monte whatever will be will be on nagorno leave four eighths. I'm gonna make aids as part of my life as possible. Important part because i need to take care of it but i'm gonna leave and the same thing happened when i came out of the closet. You know i said well. Yeah i'm proud to be gay. And i'm proud to be out and i'm proud to be this but what i'm gonna do i'm gonna leave for the community or i'm gonna leave raphael's gay life and that's when i sit down with both thanks to separate it fucking closet is rainbow. It's you it's been you can. You can say. I'm the person in the world. Yes i am but a still in my life. That's attracted to him. It was very independent of all of it but always being able to exist with any of it right. you know. it wasn't an identity was. He was very you know raphael. It was quite person in the street to look at me..
Travis Shaw Hits Walk-off Grand Slam to Give Boston Win Over Rangers
"Let's get to the good stuff. What a big win for the red sox yesterday they blew lead. Were down to their last. Strike austin down iran and out to counter raphael evers and this happened to turn racer comes davos search. The red sox ties saved me now. What was amazing about that plays. Dj peters who's playing centerfield rangers. He almost caught that all. You wouldn't believe how far he went in almost retrieving that ball. By the rangers. Red sox went to the bottom of the tenth inning. Travis shaw came to the plate nucor just returned to the red sox after being with the brewers and this is how it ended three two coming skaters sweaters there for about a walk off the slab
Yanks Reliever Throws 4 Wild Pitches in 10th, Red Sox Rally
"The red Sox trail the ninth and tenth innings before beating the Yankees five to four Xander Bogaerts ended the game and the Yankees four game winning streak by lifting a sac fly in the tenth it came after Raphael Devers scored on one of four wild pitches in the inning he Keren and is tied in the ninth with a two out two run double Brett Gardner sac fly in the tent put New York ahead before the red Sox rallied for their third straight win the Sox continue to lead the AL east by one game over the race I'm Dave Ferrie
Novak Djokovic is a Plant-Based Ace
"Weekend novak djokovic won wimbledon. it now means that he has won twenty grand slam. Titles he's tied with raphael and the dial and roger federer at twenty he won wimbledon and he only dropped two sets the whole tournament one set in his first match and one set in his last match and he attributes a large part of his success and tennis to a plant based diet giving him the focus. And the stamina. That's necessary in in this very grueling sport
"raphael" Discussed on Raceline Radio
"Ca to find the best dealer genitals for your vehicle running on generals all of them arca at berlin raceway. That's marne michigan and danny dies. First arca win. Nice going nascar canada over their seats august first sunset speedway near barrie ontario north of toronto by the way unity in nascar truck series winner. Raphael star is going to be up on our first guest segment on this show to chat. Up is nascar. Canada and dirt modified assignments and he won the late model race over the weekend for a room motorsports at auto drum mancini in quebec. Big important chunk of canadian racing news. Faa formula e. all electric series coming back to canada. This time downtown. Vancouver june thirtieth to july second around false creek next summer for sports net six fifty s. That's one stop. Strategy is the private promoter. Matthew carter with tells race line radio. They have made sure the citizenry around false creek. Knows what's up for things like road closures. During race weekend we've already had real full meetings with resident association in larrea. Good way that we've designed truck there's gonna be no residents within the confines of the truck but you know we've made sure we've engaged with them. We've included them in our plums and they've been aware that come to that. They've been aware for many months now. And yeah that remember. The indycar shows in vancouver from ninety nine to two thousand and four. We covered most of those on site and some disgruntled neighbors and shopkeepers had to be bused out of the area as an appeasement for closures and things we will play our entire interview with matt carter next week right here on race. Line radio indycar. It's month long summer break right now. They don't race again until nashville. August eighth points into that race. Alex pa- leading power award by thirty nine. Just half a dozen races remain on their schedule this year. Series boss roger penske wants to add more oval so the schedule that could expand it to eighteen round next year renowned for ovals hector called cars for crying out loud as indianapolis around cova though this year schedule including the five hundred only had four ovals a pair of texas and another gateway saint. Louis roger wants to go back to iowa. I vote to reinstate fenix richmond and milwaukee 'em sports cars lime rock connecticut jordan taylor antonio garcia with the overall gt l. m. win.
Nick Pivetta Strikes Out 10, Pitches Red Sox Past A's 1-0
"The red Sox were held without an RBI and still came away with a one nothing win over the athletics the lone run came on Raphael Devers double play grounder in the sixth inning that was enough offense for Nick Pivetta who struck out ten and allowed just two hits over seven innings I just saw the strike zone there get a lot of really contact to a lot of fly balls so that helped me out kind of keep the pace up to that it was only three of his previous seven starts since may twenty sixth win over the Braves Alex Verdugo had two hits for the red Sox ninth win in ten games James could brilliant was the hard luck loser allowing five hits with a career high ten strikeouts over seven innings I'm Dave Ferrie
Red Sox Hit 4 Homers, Eovaldi Shuts Down Royals in 15-1 Rout
"K. Hernandez led off with a Homer for the third time in five days to ignite the red Sox fifteen to one laugher over the Royals nature of all the scattered five hits over seven shutout innings to help the American League east leaders picked up their seventh straight win the roads are really aggressive swim team and and also I got a lot to make a lot of contact so you know I gotta make sure I got the ball inside and keep him off balance with the curveball being able to slim down a little bit keep mount front JD Martinez also homered starting Boston's four run fourth with his seventeenth of the season the red Sox broke it open by scoring in each of their last five at bats eleven runs coming from the fourth through sixth innings Danny Santana Raphael Devers each homered and drove in five to add to the assault I'm Dave Ferrie
Bitcoin Below $30,000 for First Time Since January
"Was a tough day of trading for Bitcoin. The Cryptocurrency fell below $30,000 for the first time since January, NPR's Raphael Nam explains what's going on? For Bitcoin. It's been one hit after another. Ever since he touched a record of nearly $65,000 in April, Tesla CEO Elon Musk appeared to call on Bitcoin and was prominently China has been tightening its rules on Cryptocurrencies. This week, Regulators in the country pressed banks in China to crack down on the trading of Cryptocurrencies. That news sparked a selloff in Bitcoin, although they eventually recovered as markets stabilized. The crypto currencies plunge came on a day when Wall Street posted a second day of gains the NASDAQ close at a record
Bitcoin Crash Wipes out Nearly All the Cryptocurrency's Gains for 2021
"It was a tough day of trading for Bitcoin. The Cryptocurrency fell below $30,000 for the first time since January, NPR's Raphael Nam explains what's going on? For Bitcoin. It's been one hit after another. Ever since he touched a record of nearly $65,000 in April, Tesla CEO Elon Musk appeared to call on Bitcoin and was prominently China has been tightening its rules on Cryptocurrencies. This week, Regulators in the country pressed banks in China to crack down on the trading of Cryptocurrencies. That news sparked a selloff in Bitcoin, although they eventually recovered as markets stabilized. The crypto currencies plunge came on a day when Wall Street posted a second day of gains the NASDAQ close at a record rap on them. NPR news
"raphael" Discussed on Voices of the Community
"Help them stabilize their operations and continue supporting families to find out more about rafael houses. Residential shelter and bridge program as well as support their children's programs. Please go to rafael house dot. Org after listening to how rafael house is helping our families stay in housing. We hope that you will get engaged in advocating for our state legislators to both extend the rent moratorium and provide more funding payments to help families to reduce their background as well as support other programs over the past fourteen months of this series. We wanted to bring voices from wonderful powerful organizations supporting our families youth and adults while being une housed as well as providing the necessary. Wraparound services to help stabilize them. We hope that you will take the time to listen. Back to these incredibly insightful interviews with kevin from miracle messages in episode. One denise. Chris from lava may x. in episode three megan from simply the basics in episode sixteen doug from huckleberry youth programs in episode nineteen charles and damore. Ea from at the crossroads in episode twenty nine. Along with our conversation with. Liz lynne of be magic and sakina of third street youth center and clinic in episode fifty one as well.
"raphael" Discussed on Voices of the Community
"Of our high school students to have an a plus in a on her english papers for the first time after working so hard with us for all four years of high school so she improved her spoken and written communication skills and also shared that. Her teacher shared her a plus paper as an example with other classes and a teachers training. So there's just comes to show how we just have to be creative and continue to support our families with the services that we have an mark same question so they would sensitive shared. Is the reason why we get out of bed every single day and are part of the team. It's amazing the impact that we have and don't really realize it until moments like that. And i will say we're nothing without staff without her team. You know our team is truly a group of really passionate professional individuals that are constantly looking to see how we can improve. The lives were family. Emily see where we continue to improve our model on how a supporter families as well too. I really think that for us. The greatest impact that we've had is that we've really had a chance to bring her programs online. We really efficient on making sure. That families don't have to commute into raphael house from the time resources effort to engage in our programs. They did in the past and they really have access to technology the resources the lives to overcome the digital divide. I think that's been a big part of but i'm excited about helping. Our families currently also moving ahead adding more aspects to support our outreach to make sure that we can provide that for families and it is also us focusing in helping them strengthen their technological skills. I mean a lot of our families to solving simply take for granted. Email google suite or microsoft office. Any of those things are things that are families are typically using or the children may abandon. The parents have been so. It's a way of focusing our time in resources to see what the technological needs in skill sets our families and seeing how we could support them so they're successful really this new digital online world. That probably would have taken another decade to get to this point but covid kind of forced us to step into this new brave reality. So i'm happy that we're able to support a family's sway and the passion of the staff is continually seeing how we can help our families moving ahead and really make sure that we support their needs matter. What challenges are facing moving on. Thank you and mark for sharing raphael houses work. Today we will make sure that listeners. Have your contact information website and social media so they can follow raphael house and get engaged in your work and to help your mission and hopefully get out there and volunteer and.
"raphael" Discussed on Voices of the Community
"Of the mission to achieve daily basis and we're all equally important to making sure that our families are successful and when those families walk through the door and they really feel that sense of support. Let's of family in the way and they see all the different spaces. They had the first family meal review. Them are many changes every night. Our chefs create food with I always say it's kind of a heart solely organization. The families can pass the food around to their children. They have their own private space miller there as well to would never enter unless of health and safety. That's truly their space. And that idea of really really treating people like an individual and making sure that their needs are met and that we really continue to make sure that russia house feels like a home over there and that home will extend beyond agassi rafael house into their new home when they finally get house to find a place and we're always going to be there for them if needed so. My favorite memory is looking at the especially people. I walk through the door. I can't wait till we have a chance to have more people come through the community to see the work that we're doing experience raphael house and right now my joy is seeing the families in i walk through the door and that support that they feel that relief that they feel that. If finally have a place that canal they can home until the real next home achieved. Thank you was really wonderful overview if you will of to kind of wraparound services that either liver and its impact so mark staying with you for folks who are listening to the program right now and that could be someone who wants to perhaps be a volunteer or to make a donation to the fiftieth anniversary event for example or even someone who might be listening to this program that wants to be able to access raphael house. How can folks get engaged. I mean the mainly get gauged. I'd say is the go-to rafael. How dot org which is a main website. We have all the information on our fifth year. Celebration we'll be celebrating by the way throughout the air. Really throughout the next twelve months through our various live events as we can start holding them through our campaign's of celebration storytelling really reaching out to the community to get more people involved. Obviously our volunteer programs a little limited right now just because covid but there are some ways that our volunteer program is being very creative about getting involved. Obviously things like virtual tutoring in helping us with small fundraisers. Helping us. actually come to your company. We've done a beautiful lunch. Parts we in members of the staff come out we do it via zoom and whatever time works you talk about the work that we're doing and really kind of help have a form on homeless in san francisco. How we're a part of it. How they can get more involved. And of course on social media follows off our house at south for rafael. How san francisco and we have a very active social media community. We love Part of that. So we are hundred percent privately funded organization a community supported as well too we as argumentation currently are looking to continue to increase our donor base to increase our stakeholders to increase impact and every single donor. Whether it's a five dollar five hundred fifty thousand eight hundred thousand million dollar. You're all parts of our community in every single dollar council organization so please reach out.
"raphael" Discussed on Voices of the Community
"That came up during this time. So again paint for rent paying for utility bills childcare so all of these things that were impacted our program has been able to come in and support our families during this time but also with our amazing community and donors who have been seen that this is a need. So that's really where we were able to come in and support our families and staying with you and it's the same question for marcus well over both of your time spent at raf yo house. What are you. Feel's been the biggest impact to families in san francisco. And could you a personal story. Yeah so the family civility program. We just heard a little bit about that. In terms of the impact and again supporting families with financial resources during this time has been critical in making sure that they're maintaining their housing and also getting out of homelessness. This is why we partner really closely with our community and make sure that our families have all the resources that they need to get homelessness so a story that i do like to share and again this is just a really hard to pick because our families have so many amazing journeys and successes so i like to share a galley story and i do have permission her name. So gal the is a mother of three and while she was in our residential shelter program she engaged in all the various services that we offer specifically within the kurds program and she also partner with the residential case manager and all the amazing residential counselors that are their support families on a daily basis. So during her time with us. She enrolled innate training or carpentry and also was hired as an apprentice painter. And during this time she was also enrolled in. Esl classes because of our amazing tutors that we have and really during this time she was able to save money and then also find housing so till this date. She's still stately house for many years now and her children also have been able to engage in our bridge program through our annual.
"raphael" Discussed on Voices of the Community
"Than twelve families. Well really special talk more about the program details but the one thing that was very unique was that even though cova was happening. Says he'll probably go into this more detail. We did have families actually able to successfully exit shelter and find housing during covid which is also very surprising also due to really the work of the staff and i'm really the partnerships with the families as well to we're also able to conduct intakes as well obviously to stay within that standard about twelve. But i think one of the greatest areas that we had a chance to really expand was really looking at how we can kind of really enrich those services tore families within our program and the came out about as well to this new idea that we've been kind of working out for a few years was family stability program. The idea is for limited with a number of families we serving shelter currently of course based upon the department of public health guidelines. Were some other areas that we can have a really significant impact during covid and ensure that we increase our ability to support families and ensure that families are currently in a bridge program. Do not fall back into homelessness. I had the resources that they need to remain stable and really the work that says seat and our staff down with family. Stability program was so important. And i'll let her talk a little bit more about that but really the key component was what we've learned from taking your programs for the online including tutoring program workforce developments and even having access to other aspects of programs. We learned that you were helping families. In the bridge program get access to resources without having to travel back in raphael house without having spending time money and resources to come meet us Needs so we really found some efficiencies to really expand our program because of access to digital technology that our families how have and a big part of that was the family security program. So says if you wanna talk with more about famished civility program would be great. I did want to share that. We still wanna make sure that we follow health and safety protocols because though we may be coming to a point where there may be restrictions lifted. It is still very important for a rebel house. Team to follow health and safety protocols ask her guidance so we really do follow their lead. And i also wanted to add that the department of homeless distance supportive housing has been really instrumental in leading this conversation on a weekly basis rafael..
"raphael" Discussed on Voices of the Community
"So again these are just a few items that we support with them lease during this time and also under each program so much of what you do obviously is in person right. You're there in person in there in your facilities house. Covid nineteen impacted the operations and would have the team done to pivot. Everyone's favorite word these days to address these issues. Yeah i mean really. I think the biggest challenge has been shelter capacity. I mean our facility or currently banned from for pretty much most of times rafael house on a facility. That's on sutter. Larkin street in wasn't old. I believe the golden gate hospital developed the nineteen thousand seven so the buildings are much older building. It's really conducive to our program when it comes to the idea of group gatherings either group gathering spaces like we have a wonderful teen room. We have a tutoring room. We have a computer cloud. We have a workforce development office essentially a separate building a beautiful children's library main library children's reading garden a hop garden children's play area on the roof and a beautiful celerion for a lot of our programs but even our dining room itself is also based on this idea that everyone has a table cavern large group even though you've Table and in new dined together so everything was kind of built around the social aspect and when obviously. Kobe hit we as normalization. I kind of remember. The first couple weeks sat down during her senior team meeting in the library and looked at each other and said i think this is the last time we're going to be and a lot of my friends and a lot of people. I know work within the medical industry. What they're talking initially about. Kobe was really that this is something they weren't seeing. It was going to happen just a couple of weeks. It was being expressed. Initially this is something that really could have a long lasting effect on our ability to gather and really how conduct self socially so we a senior team right away how to make an assessment looking at our building in thinking..
"raphael" Discussed on Voices of the Community
"Their income and with this are focused within our services also switched to supporting them in applying for unemployment benefits tax relief funds. So really the services that we provided changed in that way. This is the director of family services of rafael house with over. Fifteen months into the pandemic are most vulnerable families are continuing to face housing problems and securing support services. The city of san francisco has extended the rent moratorium for another sixty days to the end of august. But the end of the state of california's rent moratorium ending june thirtieth with the potential of more families becoming homeless. We wanted to bring you the voices of rafael house to share their work on being the bridge out of homelessness and poverty for families over these past fifty years during remotely bisesi.
"raphael" Discussed on Voices of the Community
"Your host. This episode is part of our series exploring covid nineteen impact on nonprofits and small businesses in the san francisco bay area back in april of twenty twenty when we decided to create this ongoing series on covid nineteen impact i or nonprofits and then on small businesses in the san francisco bay area. We like you had no idea how long the pandemic would go on. And what the health and economic impact would be in our community with vaccinations increasing cove nineteen cases and deaths decreasing. We're now moving into the summer of twenty twenty one with the reopening of the economy and all of the uncertainty of ever changing indoor and outdoor vaccinated and unvaccinated protocols and politics. That will drive how we all come back together as a unified or fractured community. We will continue to shine a spotlight on the nonprofits and small businesses that make up the fabric of our community along with the founders and staff who are struggling to deal with the impact of the covid nineteen pandemic on their operations services is sustainability until we can all get to the other side of the pandemic along the way we will also share with you all the amazing solutions that are nonprofits. Small businesses foundations and government leaders are working on to help us all get to the other side of the pandemic and come together to rebuild our communities with more economic social and environmental equality. So we continue to see that. The shelter system has been impacted by reducing capacity. And so we really need to keep that in mind as we come into this next phase right so we added the family stability program to make sure that we're supporting families in remaining housed right. So that's really important for the families that have been impacted by losing their employment..
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"raphael" Discussed on Chachi Loves Everybody
"L. me a little bit about being airborne traffic reporter. Were you in a in a plane or helicopter. My first day after who never forget it. They need somebody to fly. And i had i had applied for this job. And you know it was just kind of part-time villain and it was a snowstorm. And i was expecting at the time. Never forget it. Because i was expecting a helicopter that was the equivalent of the show. Air wolf you know you know and you know they were like well have you been. Hello yeah yeah. And then i got there and it looks like the mash helicopter president. Dave cianci dennis loves radio and all of his radio friends. Hey everybody because she loves everybody. I'd like to welcome. Idee raphael and before you say hi. Heidi lemme intro you properly. Heidi's.
"raphael" Discussed on Therapist Uncensored Podcast
"And there's also it's pretty amazing that nonetheless, if we have these videos still the white supremacist narrative persist even in an interpretation of the videos, where despite everything that we see that would suggest that this person was killed for no reason or other than you know the fear of the paranoia, the training, the socialization of these police officers are people who are killing. Killing you know these folks, you can still see the the fear driven, and I would argue racist narratives invoices interpreting these videos, saying no that this cop was right in doing that, and you said there's no denying it, but people still employ the racist narratives. The fear driven narratives in their interpretation and understanding of the media that they see, and you can still see like the defense of denial in operation. Such a good point. I am so glad that you cut in on that because I. Just stopped to think about just the words that are often uttered out of our top officials mouth that it's like does not everybody here that or do we see we see interpretations, and the Lens that it goes through, and it still does get interpreted. It's it's really you're right the accurate. They'll minister. The old about the storyteller depends on who's telling the story, and so I think in a lot of those instances is not even about like. Is it rational irrational? It's what is the agenda of the storyteller are the person that is now. And so, if you're agendas, not aligned with whether it's equity, empathy, fairness, or justice, or whatever then you tell the story that fits your agenda and I think sometimes we get lost in trying to interpret it through the lens of rationality as opposed to interpreting through the lens of what's the goal? What's the objective? Because then morality are rationality is not even part of the. Right right screw. You're actually doing. It did the Lens of the body? It isn't rationale. It's what's in our body. What we've been in our own culture, you know. Led to believe and to hold on our body, a black man is somebody that scary or Pollino that then we see that, and we interpret it through that Lens as well as our agenda holder own. For lack of a better word institution is control. Privilege and power courage and power to not experience loss I guess I still would say from my perspective I think there are unconscious and nonverbal narratives as well right for what we were talking about. I think about it from a psychoanalytic psycho dynamic attachment perspective. All of us do have agendas. Of individual agendas which are inherently selfish, just as human beings as we exist, you know from an evolutionary perspective, and also the altruistic and pro social ones as well perhaps I'm a little more cynical or skeptical as a psychoanalytic informed person, but I think overall my perspective and Raphael's like I find despite our theoretical orientation differences or whatever we have the massive amount of lap in. In the way that we see you know the potential for empowerment in the use of hip hop, and just in terms of the life span development aspects, and what I really like about Raphael's model is the way that he talks about these upward trajectories in the narratives of hip hop, continuing on from what we were talking about kind of obvious things happen whether it's technology. covid silences is complicit. The diversity of youth is very important. I think diversity among you..
"raphael" Discussed on All Songs Considered
"In that video. Nah No no. No no no no wrong so I mean so working with people. I'm saying we don't don't really think about who we are in that whole essence of music. We're trying to make people that came before us if they see us at St James Recipes. When I saw James I want him to say you? Okay not in dope good or anything. I just want him to. I say I I hear you. And that's what they all did. None of them said I was great. None of them said I was. They was all like this. I'll see you. Well you spend so much your career making that kind of feel good music and I think that's what is so shocking talking about this album in a good way because it is so personal it is so vulnerable. And you know you you let us in in a way where I feel like the album is expressing of family. But it's also about us you know it's about America especially this era but I'm curious. Why do you feel like you were making feel good music to remedy the trauma that you had experienced or were you in some ways maybe even trying to run away from it Maybe we don't you know we don't get therapy so true you know folks it's supposed to write. Yeah I lost my brother. One of my brothers committed suicide. He's well he's two years old enemy so he was in between my brother. Dwayne Dwayne his other member. Tony Tony Tony Then Unequally Sofa. My Dad's house like shot himself a double barrel shotgun. My brother call me like desma killed himself. And I'm like what so then we go to the house. Listen My dad is the police took my dad and because they thought maybe maybe he did but it was no way that could ever happen. They brought him home and then they took my brother out in this look like a hefty garbage bag because it was nothing left really. This is all gone so I watched the corner. Just walk out his bag and then. My sister looked at me and disclosing like I told her to get his life and it was. It was weird because he he he was addicted to didn't like it he couldn't kick it and he fought like you will look at this family. Who so lay peachy clean? But he can't. I can't stop so on. My Dad was like heating coil. You could call people to clean up the mess Muhdad. So let's clean up. We cleaned up me and my brother in Ima- day like we were picking up pieces of skull like off the groom and I did that for like maybe like two hours hours Wash Brags and my dad owns like these businesses apartments one of his environments. I think you're right. I just ran ran. I just dove into the music kept playing and it just kept at Nellis lost my first brothers seven seven. He was murdered by my sister's boyfriend. Different no seven. I remember my dad saying like these people are not your friends in my brother. My brother look like me and he just looked at my dad and let you know Oh man smiled and my dad and I'm sitting on the passenger side in. I'll watch it from this weekend so next week. He was dead. And so for Mapping Apple and I was always listening to parents. You know just Just under think I was running. I think I was. The neighborhood was Kinda liked it. Also I wasn't the only we want. You couldn't shake off like that. I think as I got older and I started making music. I always liked it. You kind of wish you had those people in your life like you know just awesome. Happy Hour we're GONNA have a beer with your brother's like come on. I got this this down so here we can go enjoyed so when I when I don't have that you know all those brothers and my sister in the car accident I think I did just Dallas music therapy before I even before or even figure that out. I think I'd probably figured it out on this record when people start asking me questions about what it is like. Maybe that's why. Oh I can't be like super self does in about being an artist is produced like Salon de Ngelo so I mean who cares I I mean I did it. It came out good. I'm excited about I'm happy For the most part you know I'm like I'm really was trying to make my father. Yeah they're happy at Emma. MOM would you call this album. An album for men hired in an interview that you kind of talked about it in those terms. Is it in some ways. The compensation the brothers who've lost or is it more so just about being able to talk about a lot That stop there. We traditionally in in our community. You haven't really had professionals to talk to you about yeah watches for like. I'm not a real peers. People think quiet. I'm the far from quiet but I just I'm just not around you know I'm just not like super don't know what it is. I'm not I'm not seeing I'm loud. We're mad my friends would be like quite far from quiet but I think this album. I talk a lot and I express myself a lot in the thing everybody body else's therapist so when you hear like songs like this world is strong. I'm talking about people that I know in. The story is very very true. Story you you take so much in you gotta you gotTa get it out. You just can't keep it in you know so I couldn't keep singing about love you baby turn up Carman's and I needed to say some- then I'm very happy to people are really listening to album like this. You know at this time. You're aware I'm curious. How your peers are responded? I I read one interview you said when Kendrick put out the pimple butterfly album you cinematheques saying thank you for taking the team. Yeah Yeah and you know I feel like so many people in his generation the musicians you know on the sole side especially in hip they follow your leader acquired leader in a way. So I'm curious. Like how have they been reacting to you taking his on his own so far I mean you know people you know people tax a lot of different hardest tax music. Thank yous beautiful record a lot of support from younger and older artists. Everybody's GonNa come for me. Abbas trying to learn the song so I can actually you know seeing them but the road artists over now remember the words and you know my brother and my brother said he said. I don't really have that enthusiasm in a studio like that. Like you know like him. Will I still got it. I still WANNA be like one of the dolphins kind of Lake Lake artists. Who who take a chance of making people sing a new song after they make music for close to thirty years? It's hard to do that. People don't really want to hear here new music when you got a song just me you are anniversary. I can't even sing all my songs I can't. I can't even go to shows and sing the songs people when people like screaming. It's like songs in Europe. I like I said I need to bring a jukebox on stage in the songs. I can't play at you. Think I'm just GonNa actually just press play where people kind of like I don't know how I just don't see. I'm I'm really shocked about my whole career really got slapped. People say Raphael sitting is the most left on artists. I slept on myself to say how how we read this. All the time ago lagging slept up slept left on. I mean 'cause I 'cause I ain't talking about only slept on now. They know all we know they. No no no no everybody rob you give it up his mind homework uh-huh..